Unicode Quotation Marks.

„German“ or “English” or « French » or ¡Spanish!

‚German‘ or ‘English’ or ‹ French › or ¿Spanish?

Use double quotation marks for direct speech.
When an item of direct speech is quoted within another piece of direct speech use single quotation marks.

It is correct in British writing (and in newspaper headlines) to use single quotation marks for direct speech.

Mac Keyboard shortcuts -

Double Quotes:

= Shift Alt W
= Alt [
= Shift Alt [
« = Alt \
» = Shift Alt \
¡ = Alt 1

Single Quotes:

= Shift Alt 0
= Alt ]
= Shift Alt ]
= Shift Alt 3
= Shift Alt 4
¿ = Shift Alt /

Option key is the Option or Alt key

Quotes for measurements of height, length, Latitude and longitude

He was 6′ 4″ and full of muscle

Location in Degrees, Minutes and Seconds 55° 57' 52.1248″ N , 3° 11' 8.1664″ W

Degree (°)
Prime ( ′ )
Double prime ( ″ )

The big breakthrough was when we got lower case ~ Bill Gates Tech•Ed 2008

Related:

Emoji and unicode Symbols
Quotation marks in different languages - Wikipedia


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